Greater Alarm hosts security conference

SSN Staff  - 
Friday, March 1, 2002

IRVINE, Calif.-Greater Alarm hosted a Technology Conference for Security Professionals in January, featuring discussions on new technologies and applications and the recent terrorists attacks.

Topics included remote video monitoring technologies and violence in the workplace and schools.

More than 90 people attended the day-long event, more than double from last year. The conference was open to security directors, managers, security consultants, building owners and people interested in corporate security.

City requests proposals for access control system
PHOENIX-The City of Phoenix is seeking proposals to implement a new access control and alarm monitoring system at the Phoenix Sky Harbor International Airport.

The request for proposal packet is currently available, with a late March expected due date for all proposals.

People looking to receive a copy of the request for proposal packet can send an email to Alice Stallings at alice.stallings@phoenix.gov.

PSA reformats conference, 75 seminars scheduled
DENVER-PSA Security Network, an electronic security cooperative, has reformatted this year's conference with exhibits, training and special events.

The conference, which will be held March 18-24 at the Renaissance Denver Hotel in Denver will focus on the business and technology of system integration, combine visionary speakers, a comprehensive conference program and new product demonstrations.

PSA expects more 350 attendees from all over the United States as well as close to 100 exhibitors to attend. The conference features nearly 75 seminars and classes including project management training for sales, advanced project management and how to design & sell video solutions.